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Primary retroperitoneal masses: what is the differential diagnosis?
Primary retroperitoneal masses include a diverse, and often rare, group of neoplastic and non-neoplastic entities that arise within the retroperitoneum but do not originate from any retroperitonealExpand
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Inflammatory Pseudotumours in the Abdomen and Pelvis: A Pictorial Essay
Inflammatory pseudotumours are uncommonly encountered lesions in the abdomen and pelvis that often present with variable and nonspecific imaging features. They may mimic other more common lesions,Expand
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Sifting Through It All: Characterizing Melanoma Patients’ Utilization of the Internet as an Information Source
This study describes how melanoma patients used the Internet as a melanoma information source and how it impacted their clinical encounter and treatment decision. From 2010 to 2013, melanoma patientsExpand
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Low-Grade Adenosquamous Carcinoma of the Breast: Imaging and Histopathologic Characteristics of this Rare Disease
Low-grade adenosquamous carcinoma is a rare histologic subtype of breast carcinoma that has a variable mammographic and sonographic appearance, which overlaps with both benign and malignantExpand
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Senior medical students’ awareness of radiation risks from common diagnostic imaging examinations
Background Senior medical students represent future physicians who commonly refer patients for diagnostic imaging studies that may involve ionizing radiation. The radiology curriculum at theExpand
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Inflammatory pseudotumor of the liver: a rare case of recurrence following surgical resection.
Inflammatory pseudotumor (IPT) of the liver is a rare, benign lesion that may be mistaken for malignancy. IPTs are difficult to diagnose due to non-specific clinical, laboratory and imaging features.Expand
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Radiology Research in Quality and Safety: Current Trends and Future Needs.
Promoting quality and safety research is now essential for radiology as reimbursement is increasingly tied to measures of quality, patient safety, efficiency, and appropriateness of imaging. ThisExpand
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Sink or Night Float: University of British Columbia Radiology Residents' Experience with Overnight Call
Purpose In July 2012, in response to residents' concerns regarding the impact of the traditional 24-hour call system on their personal well-being and educational experience, the University of BritishExpand
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Perceptual and Interpretive Error in Diagnostic Radiology-Causes and Potential Solutions.
Interpretation of increasingly complex imaging studies involves multiple intricate tasks requiring visual evaluation, cognitive processing, and decision-making. Expand
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